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Archive for the ‘Code Quality’ Category

Clean Code is a team sport! – writeabout.net

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/05/28

Recommended read: [WayBackClean Code is a team sport! – writeabout.net.

The picture is of a developer journey taking years to go from fresh to seasoned ending up at exactly the same code: over time learning the sweet spot of coding.

The story continues correlating that journey to handling technical debt and finding the sweet spot between that and business value.

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Code Review Checklist – CodeProject

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/02/20

Still relevant: [WayBackCode Review Checklist – CodeProject

[WayBack]  Best “Everything Else” Article of November 2016 Ebenezar John Paul – Code Review Checklist… – CodeProject – Google+

–jeroen

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some links on git and code reviews

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/02/02

A few links I collected:

–jeroen

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on code quality: Can we automate everything? | CommitStrip – Blog relating the daily life of web agencies developers

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/08/03

Repeated because it is the most important aspect of software development.

automating everything

automating everything

–jeroen

via: Can we automate everything? | CommitStrip – Blog relating the daily life of web agencies developers.

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